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Antares 44i

€615 861 Prix ​​demandé: US$729 000
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1314 E. Las Olas Blvd. #407
Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33301
États-Unis
954-448-7343

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Marque Antares
Modèle 44i
Année 2012
Condition Occasion
Prix US$729 000
Type Voilier
Classe Catamarans
Longueur 13.41 m
Carburant Diesel
Matériau de la coque Fibre de verre
Location Fort Pierce, Floride, États-Unis
Longueur Hors Tout 13.41 m
Bau 6.63 m
Tirant d'eau max. 1.22 m
Déplacement (Lège) 22500 livres
Hauteur libre max. sous ponts 18.9 m
Hauteur sous barrot 1.88 m
Type de moteur Inbord
Marque du moteur Volvo Penta
Modèle de moteur D2-40
Carburant Diesel
Année du moteur 2012
Puissance 40 hp
Type d'entraînement Prise directe
Localisation Bâbord
Heures de moteur 130
Type de moteur Inbord
Marque du moteur Volvo Penta
Modèle de moteur D2-40
Carburant Diesel
Année du moteur 2012
Puissance 40 hp
Type d'entraînement Prise directe
Localisation Tribord
Heures de moteur 130
Cabines 3
Couchettes doubles 3
Toilettes 2
Réservoirs de carburant 2 x 60 gal
Réservoirs à eau douce 2 x 75 gal
Réservoirs eau noire 2 x 30 gal
Guindeau Guindeau électrique

Description

The Antares 44i is designed with the entire world in mind, and built in Argentina. Even when fully loaded for circumnavigation, the Antares 44i continues to perform well, as she was designed to do.

Yes, this catamaran features all those elements - from the sail plan to the winch positioning to the covered cockpit - that the serious cruiser requires, as opposed to the charter-boat holiday-maker

The manufacturers have aimed at providing comfort in all weather & sea conditions, with ample storage for the long term cruiser, an extended galley capacity for those who will be staying on their boat for long periods, if not living aboard, and a comfortable environment that makes for ease of living for the committed cruiser.

The final, and probably most important feature that the Antares people considered essential was its two-handed ability - a vessel that is able to be sailed easily and well by a couple.

Its electrics are all Furuno brand, 4 solar panels are an automatic inclusion, recessed into the hardtop with a smart regulator. It has 740 amp hours in batteries, and separate batteries for engines and genset. There's a Mastervolt inverter with 110 volt AC circuits. Those who want 220/240 volts would have to make special arrangements.

It comes with two hot water tanks for comfort, fresh and seawater wash-down outlets near the anchor locker, and hot and cold hand held shower near the port transom stairs. There's also a 15 gallon per hour watermaker.

An electric windlass powers the anchor system, which includes 50ft 10mm chain and two 45 lb anchors, with an integrated double anchor roller and chain stop.

There's a stainless steel arch aft with integrated bench/davit system suitable for dinghies up to 12' in length, also a gas BBQ mounted in cockpit with LPG outlet in rope locker

The very comfortable accommodation includes two staterooms on both port and starboard hulls, and one forward cabin on the port side.

SAILS & RIGGING

All sails are designed by North Sails and are high performance radial cruising sails. The NorDac Radian® is a warp-oriented tightly-woven polyester sailcloth.

Mainsail - 606 sq. ft.

- Fully battened. 2:1 main halyard with a headboard block and shackle. Harken sliding luff car system for Mainsail. Single line reefing for 2 reef points. Lazy jacks. Tell tales. Sunbrella canvas sail cover.

- Harken mainsheet traveller system mounted on hardtop. 6:1 Harken traveller controls accessible from cockpit.

95% Jib - 243 sq.ft.

- Harken self-tacking Jib traveller installed on foredeck with single line Jib sheet lead to cockpit. Halyard with snap shackle. Tell tales. Furlex furling gear with furling line led aft to powered winch.

130% Genoa - 472 sq. ft.

- Genoa tracks with adjustable fairleads, Genoa sheets lead to manual Harken winch. Furlex furling gear.

Furling Screecher - 635 sq. ft.

- Harken Code Zero furling lead to cockpit. Screecher sheets lead aft to Harken fairlead blocks. Auxiliary halyard fitted with snap shackle. Stowable bowsprit mounted on front crossbeam.

Mast & Rigging

- Deck stepped anodized aluminum Seldén Mast, double diamond stay configuration. Running rigging lead through underdeck raceway to stopper equipped cockpit winch pedestals. All halyards have low-stretch polymer cores with wear resistant polyester covers. 4 folding mast steps, two on each side. Conduit in mast for all electrical wiring. Mast is outfitted with steaming light/deck light, spreader lights, anchor light, and tri-light. 1 forestay, 2 Dyform wire cap shrouds. All stays have swagged terminals & open-body turnbuckles. Anti-chaff sail rollers.

- Antares MainTamer® for easy Mainsail handling. 2 Seldén In-boom single line reefs leading to cockpit. Rigid Seldén Rodkicker.


ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM

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- Premium (Fusion) amplifier and receiver with 2 interior speakers and subwoofer
- Flat panel 32' windscreen LCD HDTV with integrated DVD in salon
- Flat panel 20' TV/DVD mounted in master cabin
- Internal iPod docking station
- Apple TV entertainment hub
- 2 cockpit speakers
- Cable TV/phone inlet by shore power connection

GENERAL EQUIPMENT


- Portable Edson manual bilge pump
- Owner's manual & manuals for all installed boat systems
- 4 - 60' dock lines and 6 fenders with lines
- Port transom has a recessed telescopic stainless steel boarding ladder






Electrical

3-HVAC units - in salon and in 2 staterooms

4-house batteries, new 2018, 6v

3- marine starter batteries, 12v

4x60 watt solar panels, 2-80w solar panels

D400 wind generator

7.5kw Onan generator

Watermaker, 15gph

 

 

Galley

Galley down port side

Corian counter

Microwave

3-burner stove

Oven

Double stainless sink

7.3 cu. in. refrigerator

4.3 cu. in. freezer

 

A vacation galley-up is only good for a vacation, not for a serious live aboard.

If you only plan to rent a sailing catamaran for 4 or 6 days, a small galley connected to the cockpit makes a lot of sense. But that same galley may undermine your experience if you plan to live aboard.

With substantially more storage and counter space than other yachts of its size, the Antares galley is designed to provide a bright and open work area.

Movement between the galley, saloon and cockpit is effortless – and the open concept layout gives you clear visibility to the helm at all times.

Unlike most charter catamarans that favor additional heads and beds in place of proper step risers, the distance between the deck and hull floor aboard the Antares can be comfortably accommodated with proper steps. You will never encounter the steep, narrow steps typical on charter catamarans whose interior layout seems to be an afterthought. Instead, thorough ergonomic studies ensure natural movement aboard the Antares.

 

The Antares 44 catamaran galley has extensive counters inboard and outboard along a floor that’s at just the right width. The cupboards and appliances are placed for at-hand convenience, and the proper counter tops, gourmet kitchen fixtures and stainless backsplashes throughout make the fit-out a rival to many high-end kitchens.

Plentiful storage capacity in the galley means you don’t have to store your cereal at the navigation station.

Features and equipment include a custom-built spacious 7-cubic ft. fridge and 4-cubic ft. freezer, convection microwave, propane stove, Corian counters with stainless steel backsplash, as well as 15 full-size cupboards and 4 large drawers.

STORAGE CAPACITY IN THE GALLEY Drawers 2 @ 21″ wide x 6″ high x 17″ deep Drawers extend all the way out to maximize useful space Drawers 2 @ 21″ wide x 8″ high x 17″ deep Drawers extend all the way out to maximize useful space Counter Space 18 square feet combined Corian countertops with lots of workable space Cupboards 3 inboard @ 10.75-cubic ft. Located below drawers/stove Cupboards 12 outboard @ 45-cubic ft. Large pantry with additional cupboards Fridge 7-cubic ft. Custom built fridge with separate temp. control Freezer 4-cubic ft. Well insulated custom built and independently controlled freezer

 

Salon

L-Shaped settee w/ table

L-shaped entertainment center w/ wet bar sink

32' TV

 

Electronics

Fusion Stereo w/ DVD/CD w/ Bose speakers and remote at helm

2-Furuno 14TZ touch screen chart plotters

Furuno autopilot

Furuno Radar

Furuno AIS

Furuno Fish Finder

Furuno FI 503 Digital Display

Icom IC-M504 VHF

Icom IC M802 Hi-Seas marine SSB radio

 

Sails

Fully batten main, 616 sf, Harken Batt Car design

130% furling Genoa

95% self tacking Jib

Furling screecher, 635 sf

Asymmetrical Spinnaker

Wenches

2-Harken 48 electrical power winches

2-Harken 44 Electrical power winches

 

Tender

11' RIB w/ 15 hp outboard on davit at stern

Engines

Original 2012 Volvo Penta D2-40 diesel engines (2) w. 130 original hrs.

Heads

2-heads w/ Jabsco electric marine toilets and 2-30 gal black water holding tanks

Protected Helm

The most important design element of a live aboard yacht is the helm. It should always protect you from the weather. Exposed helms can be fun on a vacation, but can undermine your long-term cruising experience. Most catamarans are built for vacations in protected waters. The Antares 44 sailing catamaran is designed with the entire world in mind. The Antares 44 is the first production catamaran built with a glass windshield and wipers and comes standard with a full removable enclosure designed into the hardtop.

Construction

Antares is much lighter than other catamarans of its size. The interior of the Antares 44 is hand built using light weight Tricel Honeycomb panels.

Because so many other catamarans are built for charter, they typically use wood accents inserted into heavy fiberglass molds, adding weight to the catamaran at the cost of performance. However, as with all true luxury yachts, the Antares’ interior is hand-crafted using high-tech, lightweight panels sandwiched between cherry veneer.

By using Tricel Honeycomb panels, we can also shape and form all the woodwork, essentially removing all sharp and potentially dangerous angles onboard.

The combination of the materials, the finished shapes and the joinery all contribute to the structural integrity of the wood modules that comprise a large part of what has become a signature characteristic of the Antares.

Unlike other mass-production catamarans, the Antares’ wood components are not screwed or glued into fiberglass rebates. Instead, the wood modules are glassed-in and contribute to the strength and rigidity of the overall structure.

The result is a wood-finished interior that is not only luxurious, but is also durable and won’t torque, squeak or rub when underway.

Straight Shaft Drives

Antares doesn’t cut corners by installing saildrives. A shaft drive propulsion system is far superior.

While a saildrive installation of a compact unit of engine and drive train offers some advantages for convenient and relatively inexpensive installation by the builder, there are significant disadvantages to this type of installation.

Disadvantages of Saildrives:

Some disadvantages of this type of propulsion are:

  • limited options for locating the saildrive unit
  • concentrated weight (often in less desirable zones)
  • added complications for ownership due to serviceability and corrosion susceptibility

These complications are due to the necessity of immersing the complex components of the saildrive gearbox and their aluminum housing in salt water. These are serious issues for any owner that will venture beyond the reach of ready service facilities.

While electrolytic corrosion may be experienced by either drive train system, the addition of aluminum alongside the required stainless steel and bronze components (shafts and props), makes the saildrive considerably more demanding of anode maintenance on the part of the owner.

Antares Shaft Drive Placement:

Antares installs the engine weights approximately amidships to favour improved vessel wave reactive motions. By using a shaft drive, the propellers and shaft exits are placed for best handling under power (in front of the rudders) and have minimal drag (at junction where the keel meets the hull at a point where disruption of flow would be minimized). Additionally, the props located deep in the water are not subject to aeration in a heavy seaway and there are no restrictions to the choice of propeller style.

Rudders

We don’t use unprotected spade rudders to cut costs. Our fully skegged rudders are far more robust and are critical on a circumnavigation class yacht.

In real world cruising there are crab traps, fishing lines, logs and rocky seabeds, this means that the rudder needs to be protected. At Antares, we’ve done just that.

The engineered rudders on the Antares catamaran are custom built. The two sides of the rudder are constructed from fiberglass with a core center. This core center significantly reduces the weight of the rudders.

We don’t use unprotected spade rudders to cut costs. Our fully skegged rudders are far more robust and are critical on a circumnavigation class yacht.

In real world cruising there are crab traps, fishing lines, logs and rocky seabeds, this means that the rudder needs to be protected. At Antares, we’ve done just that.

The engineered rudders on the Antares catamaran are custom built. The two sides of the rudder are constructed from fiberglass with a core center. This core center significantly reduces the weight of the rudders.

Bluewater Steering System

Antares never use cable or hydraulic steering. Antares only use a premium JEFA shaft and rotary gear system.

Antares uses a premium JEFA shaft and gearbox system. The gearbox converts rotary motion to transverse motion, which moves the tiller arm. This shaft and gearbox system is superior to other steering systems such as wire or hydraulic steering in terms of precision, feedback and integrity.

The Antares’ shaft steering system can withstand the heaviest water conditions, making steering more responsive under any circumstance. The robust system also means that there is virtually no maintenance whereas wire and hydraulic systems require frequent inspection and maintenance.

 

Powered Davits

Any sailor will tell you that the ability to launch and retrieve a dinghy is central to living aboard.

The robust davit system carries the dinghy with outboard motor attached (the recommended dinghy size is 11-feet). The standard powered Harken winch aft means you can easily raise the dinghy, even with the outboard still attached.

The davit system ensures that the dinghy and outboard are secure when on off-shore passages.

Stowage

Interior stowage:

Go ahead and pack more than one good outfit. The master suite has 2 full-sized closets – not just hanging lockers as found on most other catamarans.

The entire starboard hull is designed as an extension of the master suite and includes 13 cupboards, 6 drawers in the wardrobe, laundry hamper, and a private head with a true household-size shower.

Because we are not trying to cram the boat full of beds and heads, we are able to offer guest cabins that could easily be mistaken for the master suite. Each cabin has ample stowage for your guests’ needs. And because the engines are not placed under the bed, there is plenty of space to store infrequently used items below the mattresses.

The Antares large kitchen has plenty of cupboards and drawers to keep all your galley needs within reach. The custom-made large capacity fridge and freezer are also essential for a liveaboard sailor. And there’s plenty of stowage under the spacious settee for dry goods and provisions.

Exterior Stowage

We have left the 2 forward lockers, which are typically assigned for extra beds on charter catamarans, empty. These watertight compartments not only provide safety at sea, but give you much needed exterior stowage for sails and other “dirty” items.

The spacious starboard forward generator locker (pictured to left) is ideal for tools, fishing rods, and large ball fenders. The forward port locker is also an ideal place to stow additional sails (pictured below).

The spacious cockpit locker has lots of room to store tools, bikes and life jackets and gives you access to the steering system, fridge/freezer compressors as well as 3 inspection hatches for the running rigging.

The transom lockers are also suitable for stowage like additional anchors, dive tanks and inflatable kayaks, and still provide space for optional dive compressors, SNUBA installations, and the standard watermaker.

 

Safety At Sea features

Antares Yachts’ head of design, Ted Clements, firmly believes that your boat should protect you.

If the design is successful, you can move between any standing places on board without ever having to negotiate an obstacle course or take any undue risks. Using this philosophy, everything from steering to rigging was designed to protect you. We don’t offer a choice between charter and owner’s version, to do so would undermine the offshore integrity of the hull design. The enclosed cockpit is designed to protect you from the weather, and not just for cocktail parties.

The design of the Antares 44 was conceived with these basic principles in mind – with function never being compromised for fashion.

Interior Construction and Mast Height:

The luxurious hand finished interior is designed for beauty and comfort, and the high-tech Tricel honeycomb panels allow us to shape the interior with rounded edges, eliminating potentially dangerous sharp edges aboard. The light-weight construction also means we don’t compromise performance and we don’t have to overcompensate with the size of the rigging.

A smaller rig can be easily managed by a cruising couple, at all times. It also means that with a 62’ mast height, you can clear the majority of bridges along the Intracoastal Waterway and can continue to cruise in protected waters along the East Coast of the United States in increment weather.

30 Inch Bridgedeck Clearance:

Any less makes blue water cruising uncomfortable.

Sail Management: 

By working closely with the premier mast manufacturer, Antares and Seldén Mast engineered rigging with double diamond arrangement and forward jumper to withstand loads well above typical expectations.

The Antares 44 comes standard with the Antares exclusive MainTamer for easy handling. The optional self-tacking jib and a flat deckhouse to access your sails and rigging enhances the manageability of the sails – even for a short-handed crew.

The smart line management allows all lines to be lead aft to the cockpit, virtually eliminating the need to go forward in bad weather. And if you do have to go forward, the 30” lifelines – not the minimal 24” found on most other cats – the stainless steel pulpits and the sturdy flush mounted trampoline all act to prevent you from going overboard.

WaterTight Compartments: 

A boat builder should always put safety ahead of fashion and accommodation. With that in mind, we have left the 2 forward lockers – typically assigned for extra beds on charter catamarans – empty.  These watertight compartments, along with the transom lockers, provide safety at sea by protecting you in case of a collision.

Even the fixed keels, which are an integral part of the hull, have a barrier between the hull and hollow keel to prevent any structural damage in case of impact.

 

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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Présenté par:

Love That Yacht

1314 E. Las Olas Blvd. #407
Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33301
États-Unis
954-448-7343

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